Heinrich Mann Prize

literary award

The Heinrich Mann Prize (German: Heinrich-Mann-Preis) is an essay prize that has been awarded since 1953, first by the East German Academy of Arts, then by the Academy of Arts, Berlin. The prize, which comes with a €8,000 purse, is given annually on 27 March, Heinrich Mann's day of birth. The laureate is selected by an independent three-member jury which usually includes the previous year's laureate.
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award received: Heinrich Mann Prize

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Author

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Christa Wolf

German literary critic, novelist, and essayist

works

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What Remains

short story by Christa Wolf

author: Christa Wolf

Der geteilte Himmel

1963 novel by Christa Wolf

author: Christa Wolf

1963

Cassandra

1983 novel by Christa Wolf

author: Christa Wolf

1984

Kein Ort. Nirgends

novel by Christa Wolf

author: Christa Wolf

1979

Patterns of Childhood

written work

author: Christa Wolf

1976

Author

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Peter Weiss

Swedish-German playwright and author

works

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Abschied von den Eltern

literary work by Peter Weiss

author: Peter Weiss

1961

The Aesthetics of Resistance

novel by Peter Weiss

author: Peter Weiss

1981 or 1975 or 1978

Marat/Sade

1963 play

author: Peter Weiss

The Investigation

play by Peter Weiss

author: Peter Weiss

1965

Author

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Christoph Hein

German author and translator

works

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Zaungäste

Comedy in one act by Christoph Hein

author: Christoph Hein

1999

Frau Paula Trousseau

literary work

author: Christoph Hein

2007

Verwirrnis

Roman des deutschen Autors Christoph Hein

author: Christoph Hein

2018

Author

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Erik Neutsch

German writer

Author

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Dubravka Ugrešić

Croatian writer

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